194 restaurants in Nottingham
Restaurants in Nottingham:
15 Middle Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 7DX [Map]
Located between Bridlesmith Gate and the restaurants, pubs and clubs of Lace Market is Nottingham's traditional delicatessen called Delilah. People devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment, especially of good food and drink, rejoice on visiting the store. Opened with a goal to 'reclaim the word 'delicatessen' from the sandwich bars and take-aways that so abused it', the place is today known as a leading fine food destination.
Coming to the finer details, Delilah is a delicatessen and a tapas style food bar all rolled into one delightful little enterprise that rarely fails to please. The shop offers delicacies that range from cheeses, salamis and meats, and exclusive wines, to over a thousand treats such as honey, chutneys, and oils sourced from small artisan producers, both locally and further afield. The food bar serves such simple yet enjoyable creations as goats' cheese wrapped in prosciutto, char-grill specials such as Bison-burger, or a chorizo, piquillo pepper, allioli and rocket ciabatta.
Gift and picnic hampers can be ordered online and Delilah caters for buffets, dinner parties and office lunches.
Lakeside, Mansfield Road, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 8PH [Map]
24-26 Low Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 7DL [Map]
The Cornerhouse, Trinity Square, Nottingham, NG1 4DB [Map]
Forget fine dining, at Tamatanga it's all about doing things differently, with communal tables, orange upholstered stools and placemat menus. Its location near Trinity Square draws its fair share of shoppers, workers and families and its fantastic value for money, so you could leave with a relatively unlightened wallet. Whether it's that super quick office lunch or just overwhelming curry frenzy, your order is taken via a handheld device and networked to the kitchen immediately.
The no-frills menu takes in everything from juicy chicken nibbles and skewered cottage cheese, to crispy prawns and homemade pastry with lamb filling. A bowl of rice or naan bread could be accompanied by Goan fish curry; garlic and fenugreek soaked okra tossed with caramelised onions and masala sauce, or lamb with garlic infused spinach.
Junior diners could choose fishcakes with chips and salad, and the activity sheet on their menu featuring puzzles could keep them busy between mouthfuls.
5 Poplar Street, Nottingham, NG1 1GP [Map]
For tasty Italian fare and delicious pizza, Nottingham locals know that the best choice would probably be Savai Restaurant and Pizzeria, the first of its kind in the chic Lace Market locality, which has been serving people since 1998. Authentic stone baked pizzas and a wide range of tempting food has made this a popular spot for business lunches and parties and even conferences, while friends wouldn't think twice before heading there for a delightful informal meal.
Try the seafood and prawn salad marinated in olive oil served on a bed of salad or maybe the breaded calamari strips as a starter. Move on to the main course of pastas or probably some of the chefs' specials such as salmon steaks steam cooked in white wine and served with cream and parsley sauce. Finally, finish with a luxurious chocolate ice cream coated in a crisp chocolate shell or of course, the perennial favourite, tiramisu. The drinks list demonstrates the ability to strike a balance between fine wines and champagnes with beers and ciders.
Italian, Pizza & Pasta, Steak
14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AL [Map]
Broadway is an independent cinema theatre located in the trendy Hockley area of Nottingham where the film-buffs visit regularly. It hosts regular events featuring latest as well as classic flicks, including foreign ones. Most of the movie-goers also stopover at the restaurant housed in the premises which offers modestly priced food and drink in the company of eclectic, intellectual and like-minded people.
The menu there needs no sub-titles as it lists simple yet delicious fare. The ambience, both downstairs and on the first floor creates the right setting for a relaxed drink with friends, a quick meal before a show, or a snack after office hours.
A wide selection of food including tapas, pizza, baguettes and salads is available. A selection of special Broadway bites made fresh each morning is displayed on the blackboard. There are ample choices for vegetarians and vegans as well.
Café, Casual, Lunch
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